What kind of website?
-If you mean hubs, you can't.
-If you mean a blog, put it into a html sidebar gadget/widget
-If you mean a real website, it has to be put in the layout's source code. If you've done your own layout, you should already know. If someone else did the layout, maybe it's best to ask them as putting a random widget can seriously mess up a layout when not placed properly.
by rprcarz50 8 years ago
I'm confused..Exactly how to add the html for a widget to my web site?It says to " paste into my web site ." Ok, where exactly do I past it at ?You must have an answer..HopefullyThank you Thank you1
by Paul Deeds 9 years ago
After a little more testing we've just opened up another new feature that went out yesterday -- a HubPages widget that you can add to your blog or website. To grab the code, just go to your profile page and you should see a link in the right hand column.You can see an example of it in action...
by Gener Geminiano 9 years ago
How can I embed hubpages widget to my site, please reply asap, thanks in advance to those who will provide me the answers...
by Danny Denney 4 years ago
My budget for advertising is depleted and I need traffic, can anyone help me please?
by mekan39 6 years ago
While to add my (mekan39’s) widget on someone’s website, where should I paste HTML contents on it?
by Derek James 6 years ago
I get the html from ' follow this hubber' in my profile. Then the instruction is to paste this html in your hub. Where in the hub do I paste it?
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